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This means that the equations which we write down to describe the

must be covariant in form. By covariant we mean that the equation can be written

so that both sides have the same, well-defined, transformation properties under ...

This means that the equations which we write down to describe the

**physical**lawsmust be covariant in form. By covariant we mean that the equation can be written

so that both sides have the same, well-defined, transformation properties under ...

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It depends only on the two

oscillation of the system must decay in time (even if very slowly) because of ever-

present resistive losses, and (b) at high frequencies binding effects are ...

It depends only on the two

**physical**requirements that (a) the normal modes ofoscillation of the system must decay in time (even if very slowly) because of ever-

present resistive losses, and (b) at high frequencies binding effects are ...

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Table 4 Conversion table for given amounts of a

arranged so that a given amount of some

many mks or Gaussian units of that quantity, can be expressed as an equivalent ...

Table 4 Conversion table for given amounts of a

**physical**quantity The table isarranged so that a given amount of some

**physical**quantity, expressed as somany mks or Gaussian units of that quantity, can be expressed as an equivalent ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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